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Fruit Ninja Sells One Million Copies

By Callum Webster, on July 5, 2010

Aussie developers Halfbrick are celebrating the phenomenal success of their first iPhone game Fruit Ninja. After just 74 days on sale, the App has already sold one million copies world wide, ranking it amongst some of the top games in the AppStore.

The continued support of Fruit Ninja has been modeled on regular free updates. Five updates have been released so far to add additional content and features based on feedback from the fans and written reviews around the world. The team isn't stopping at the one million mark - there will be more updates to ensure Fruit Ninja remains a modern, fresh and extremely fun iPhone game!


The Halfbrick team celebrate one million sales on the AppStore.

Halfbrick are now planning for the release of Fruit Ninja HD for the iPad which was recently submitted and is due for release on July 11. The iPad version will include new HD graphics and two multiplayer split screen modes.

Checkout our Video Review for Fruit Ninja:

Get Fruit Ninja on the AppStore for $0.99!


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